Hello! Nadine here again today sharing how I created this monochromatic Easter Lily card.
The Crafter’s Workshop has provided me with some of the products to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.
To create the background for my card, I first started with a 2″ strip of white cardstock and then ink blended a light purple ink over the entire piece.
Next, I used the TCW2318 Flying Butterflies Slimline Stencil and with a slightly darker purple ink and after the lighter ink was fully dried, I ink blended the butterflies over the lighter purple. Then sprinkled some clear embossing powder over the stenciled area and heat embossed it to give them a shiny appearance.
Then on the front of the white card base on one side, I repeated the same thing with the butterfly stencil. Then I adhered the first strip I made onto the front of the card base on one side and added a thin strip of glitter paper. Stamped some Lilies and added them to the front and also a sentiment and then my card was done.
For the full list of supplies used to create my card, click HERE
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my project!
Nadine Carlier – The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
One thought on “Easter Lily Card”
Hi, just read the blog with the Easter Lily and the butterfly background. Beautiful card. As I was closely looking at the light purple side, I noticed that the stenciled darker purple butterflies near the bottom looked embossed. I re-read the instructions and didn’t see anything about using a butter or embossing powder. Could you please explain how the butterflies were made so shiny? Thanks